‘Elder Scrolls 6’ Release Date, News & Update: Bucket List Of Features Gamers Want

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Sep 24, 2016 01:32 AM EDT

“Elder Scrolls 6” will likely see daylight by 2019 but that hasn’t changed the fact that a lot of players are praying for an earlier release. Seeing that a potential sequel is far off, the only thing that gamers can do for now is speculating.

There have been a number of features mentioned from previous reports here on Game & Guide on what “Elder Scrolls 6” could possibly bring. Leading the pack is the possible integration of virtual reality but with the assumption, it is still a hit by 2019.

The fact that VR headset sales are unstable could force Bethesda to forego this feature and focus on other aspects of the game. Right now, their best bet is on gameplay and the features for the action role-playing open world fantasy game.

Guilds happening?

One feature that Bethesda Softworks may offer is guilds. For most MMORPGs, this is one of the things that keeps them glued. Factions and guilds are a keen idea and something that may likely continue its popularity among gamers on “Elder Scrolls 6”.

A mobile edition of “Elder Scrolls 6” was also rumored, a ploy that is borrowed from another game title under Bethesda, “Fallout Shelter”. Available for iOS and Android, having an “Elder Scrolls 6” mobile edition could help ramp up game addiction which would eventually net players to play the game console version.

It may be nothing more than a marketing ploy for “Elder Scrolls 6” but an ingenious one when it comes to reeling in more players for a more populated world.

2019 is pretty far off and the best for gamers right now is settle for the HD remastered “Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Edition” slated to roll out on Oct. 28. PC owners will get the upgrade for free while game console owners will have shell out $60.

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